- Sep 1, 2014
Think Kompany just won goal of the season.
Jeez what a goal.
Jeez what a goal.
See oh ye of little faith.Any bad feelings about this game are not rational.
City have lost only one game at home all season (current home record: 17-0-1). They've never failed to score in any home game. They're on a 12 game winning streak in the league. Since the December defeat against Palace, they've conceded 3 goals in 8 games at home.
The only caveat here is Fernandinho's probable absence, but even then, City are overwhelming favorites to win here. No disrespect to Leicester, and of course any team can lose at any time despite the stats. It's extremely unlikely though.
Famous last words...
Impressive. Those numbers are why City fans and those adopting the 'Anybody But Liverpool' approach should be confident City will retain their title tomorrow.Just 3 since Newcastle, all in 3-1 wins to Arsenal, Watford and Crystal Palace. Not bad in 13 games really.
These things always crop up in a season we’re challenging, means nada really. I remember the supposed omens in the 13/14 season and we know how that turned outThe last time we played Wolves in our final match of the season was back in 1976. We won that day which meant we clinched the title. Strangely enough, it was the same season we beat Barcelona in the semi-finals of the UEFA Cup. We won that too.
Truly unreal form since their mid season blip. They've proved last season was not a fluke, and they are setting an unprecedented standard. It's going to take a herculean effort for anyone to stop them while Guardiola is there, and even that might not be enough, as Liverpool are probably going to prove tomorrow.Make no mistake, city have dropped only 3 points since boxing day.
Remarkable really. Truly astonishing. If United had such a form world media would be salivating every match day.
Klopp won't, as he's engineered an absolutely phenomenal position in the media where he literally cannot lose due to being the underdog story. (despite spending the most this season)The one certainty about tomorrow: the manager who doesn't win the title will be called a 'bottler'.
He spent the most last summer granted but he wasn't exactly tweaking a title chasing squad, it was an overhaul from a position of only just making the top 4 last season.Klopp won't, as he's engineered an absolutely phenomenal position in the media where he literally cannot lose due to being the underdog story. (despite spending the most this season)
Tottenham in the Euro final is a different story though, as it's the first time since he's been here where his boys are favourites. He won't like that at all. It defeats his whole MO.
Why would Brighton go all out? Just to spoil the party?Liverpool will likely have a stroll v Wolves. If Wolves weren't certain of 7th place it might have been different. Brighton at home will be going all out to get a result. They drew away to Arsenal last week and but for a pop shot in the 88th minute they would have drawn away to Spurs also. Important that City score an early in that game and then close the game out mid way through the 2nd half.